Hyundai will share its latest design and technology advancements, along with the all-new HCD-15 Santa Cruz Concept, Tucson Fuel Cell and SEMA vehicles at the Chicago Auto Show.
Making its Chicago debut, Hyundai’s Santa Cruz Crossover Truck Concept reflects a completely new interpretation of truck utility for a new generation of car buyers, says the company.
Also, for the first time ever, the zero-emissions Tucson Fuel Cell will be driven in Chicago by media attending the Concept & Technology Garage event. The vehicle will also be on display at the Hyundai booth during media and public days of the show.
In addition, several of Hyundai’s SEMA tuner vehicles will make their Chicago debut this year.
“Hyundai’s focus on innovative design, safety and technology continues to forge a path for our current and future products,” said Brandon Ramirez, senior group manager, product planning, Hyundai Motor America. “With products like the Tucson Fuel Cell and our Blue Link smartwatch app, we strive to deliver a consistent cadence of advanced technologies to meet the needs of today’s customers and provide the highest owner experience.”
Hyundai will reveal two new products, including a special edition Veloster, during the Hyundai press conference on Friday, February 13 at 10 a.m. CST.